How to drink less – in 7 days

Need an incentive to cut your drinking? Louis Theroux’s Drinking To Oblivion has left many questioning their alcohol intake. But if you’ve tried, and failed, to cut down in the past, you are not alone. Of course, you know the health benefits of drinking less but sometimes the stress of modern life gets in the way.

So how’s this for an incentive? Those who cut down on their alcohol intake by just two glasses of wine a week could save that money and pay for a holiday for two in Ibiza or another sun-drenched location. That’s been calculated by says Georgia Foster, one of the world’s most respected hypnotherapists, whose 7 Days To Drink Less Program has already helped tens of thousands of people cut their drinking IN HALF in just a week.

Georgia has said for many years now people have been told to cut down on their drinking for health reasons, and although it’s important to cut down for better health, many women are bored with being dictated to.

She said: “A lot of people who drink more than they should do so due the stress of modern life understand they should cut down for better health, but they need an incentive. By allowing them to work out the cost of two drinks a week, and how much they would save over 52 weeks, it would allow them to see they could pay for a romantic break with their loved one. As well as showing them they will save money, it’s also a way to encourage them to cut down on drinking for a healthier lifestyle.”

The proven 7 Days To Drink Less programme has received worldwide media attention due to it’s success rate. The programme focuses on helping a person to feel better about themselves and provides them with many benefits that include:

  • Avoiding serious health problems
  • Sleeping better
  • Saving money
  • Weight loss
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Avoid emotional breakdowns
  • Improve performance at work

To learn more about the 7 Days To Drink Less program, see www.howtodrinkless.com. You can download and try the first day for free so give it a try!



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